Wow if I have not said this yet let me try to explain how a mission is not a piece of cake.
I am trying to look at this area as half full instead of half empty. My testimony of prayer is growing though. And I know that if I endure it well, anxiously engaged, and being diligently patient, I can have that motivation back.
We had to move some people to a later baptismal date. But I can see them getting baptized in the next couple of weeks. One of my investigators Jessie is on fire. She will be a very strong member. And she will bring many into the gospel with her example. She is a therapist and wants to come closer to God. Her family still doesn't know she is meeting with us. Jenni might meet her at the fireside on Thursday. Oh and I am singing again. Sister Jones, Sister Vance, and I are singing the Olive Tree. And Sister Packer is playing the piano while Sister Klingler is playing the Violin. I hope that all the harmony will sound beautiful.
Not too much has happened. We helped with an Emergency Fair in La Peer! That was fun. And Sister Dunn wanted to give blood, but her heart rate was twice as fast as it should be. I think her heart works over load all the time. Maybe cause she is tall. Or maybe cause she just has a big heart. I love her and I am thankful she is my comp.
I love you
Please remember to write Sister Burnham; she needs some uplifting letters!!!
Sister Brianne Burnham
Michigan Detroit Mission
33595 State St., Suite 101
Farmington, MI 48335